We spent today at Xcaret, which is Mexico’s version of Disneyland plus Polynesian Cultural Center (in Hawaii) plus Waterworld plus Zoo plus SeaWorld. These 10 pics hardly even give a taste! We even spent 2-3 hours without our phones when we floated down the cenote (underground cave river) and swam in some tide pools along the park’s coastal edge, and then ate a seafood buffet with the most beautiful lunch view I’ve ever had in my life. (We had the GoPro for that time period, but the battery kept dying. Can’t wait to review the footage – it was all so unreal!) The night ended with a 2-hour spectacular performance with dancing, Mexican and Mayan culture/history/music, and even BAREFOOT FIRE HOCKEY. There were Mayan ruins all over the park, thousands of sea turtles and hundreds of other marine and jungle animals, a small aquarium with a stunning collection of coral reef and jellyfish (medusas!), the most gorgeous beaches we’ve seen so far in Mexico, a snorkeling cove with tropical fish (ran out of time for that), and so, so much more. If you ever get a chance to go to Xcaret, I can’t recommend it enough!

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We spent today at Xcaret, which is Mexico’s version of Disneyland plus Polynesian Cultural Center (in Hawaii) plus Waterworld plus Zoo plus SeaWorld. These 10 pics hardly even give a taste! We even spent 2-3 hours without our phones when we floated down the cenote (underground cave river) and swam in some tide pools along the park’s coastal edge, and then ate a seafood buffet with the most beautiful lunch view I’ve ever had in my life. (We had the GoPro for that time period, but the battery kept dying. Can’t wait to review the footage – it was all so unreal!) The night ended with a 2-hour spectacular performance with dancing, Mexican and Mayan culture/history/music, and even BAREFOOT FIRE HOCKEY. There were Mayan ruins all over the park, thousands of sea turtles and hundreds of other marine and jungle animals, a small aquarium with a stunning collection of coral reef and jellyfish (medusas!), the most gorgeous beaches we’ve seen so far in Mexico, a snorkeling cove with tropical fish (ran out of time for that), and so, so much more. If you ever get a chance to go to Xcaret, I can’t recommend it enough!

We spent today at Xcaret, which is Mexico’s version of Disneyland plus Polynesian Cultural Center (in Hawaii) plus Waterworld plus Zoo plus SeaWorld. These 10 pics hardly even give a taste! We even spent 2-3 hours without our phones when we floated down the cenote (underground cave river) and swam in some tide pools along the park’s coastal edge, and then ate a seafood buffet with the most beautiful lunch view I’ve ever had in my life. (We had the GoPro for that time period, but the battery kept dying. Can’t wait to review the footage - it was all so unreal!) The night ended with a 2-hour spectacular performance with dancing, Mexican and Mayan culture/history/music, and even BAREFOOT FIRE HOCKEY. There were Mayan ruins all over the park, thousands of sea turtles and hundreds of other marine and jungle animals, a small aquarium with a stunning collection of coral reef and jellyfish (medusas!), the most gorgeous beaches we’ve seen so far in Mexico, a snorkeling cove with tropical fish (ran out of time for that), and so, so much more. If you ever get a chance to go to Xcaret, I can’t recommend it enough!

We spent today at Xcaret, which is Mexico’s version of Disneyland plus Polynesian Cultural Center (in Hawaii) plus Waterworld plus Zoo plus SeaWorld. These 10 pics hardly even give a taste! We even spent 2-3 hours without our phones when we floated down the cenote (underground cave river) and swam in some tide pools along the park’s coastal edge, and then ate a seafood buffet with the most beautiful lunch view I’ve ever had in my life. (We had the GoPro for that time period, but the battery kept dying. Can’t wait to review the footage – it was all so unreal!) The night ended with a 2-hour spectacular performance with dancing, Mexican and Mayan culture/history/music, and even BAREFOOT FIRE HOCKEY. There were Mayan ruins all over the park, thousands of sea turtles and hundreds of other marine and jungle animals, a small aquarium with a stunning collection of coral reef and jellyfish (medusas!), the most gorgeous beaches we’ve seen so far in Mexico, a snorkeling cove with tropical fish (ran out of time for that), and so, so much more. If you ever get a chance to go to Xcaret, I can’t recommend it enough!

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